I usually don’t write until I’m really moved by something.Unfortunately, it’s often the crap I see and sometimes experience, which can be a bit tiresome.It’ll bug you sooner or later, especially since her skincare habits are not going to change overnight because you’re in the picture. If you want something long term, know that in 5 years, she’ll have graying and blackening patches of skin and will look 15 years older than her age. She might even tell you about how she’s just left a relationship where she found out her ex was cheating on her. I don’t need to tell you that there are men (yes, MEN) paying for her to look as she does.Ghanaian women (at least, the ones you should avoid) have mastered and become accustomed to having men on rotation, AND they’re perfectly comfortable with it. Perchance you mistakenly take one of these floozies out and she orders something expensive but can’t eat it…she drops subtle hints about material things she likes…she talks about some project (often school) she’d like to pursue, but can’t because of money woes…she NEVER calls you, and when you call, the calls are brief due to “network issues,” but when you’re around her, she seems to get numerous calls from “friends.” (“he’s my friend,” she’ll say) DELETE her number! Can you find situations where you can get to know her without having to spend money for at least 3 weeks? Is she ok with some measure of physical contact in public (remember, if you’re on rotation, you can’t be seen as more than friend)?
I wrote something about the subject and like most of my entries, it was quickly forgotten.– These last two are important: first, if you really want to date a Ghanaian, find a Ghanaian woman who has lived abroad (I’m not referring to the school-and-then-returned ones), or someone who lived here, but is now abroad with her mate (often married with kids) and have them be your filter.They’ll be best at telling you what to avoid and what’s good.Naturally, you should be forewarned: these are just my opinions, so if you’re a Ghanaian woman and mistakenly find this, don’t get your panties in a bunch because I said something that bothered you. You saw one or two with nice butts and you got hot and bothered? This is a tough one, but I’ll have to admit a clear majority of Ghanaian women don’t have attractive faces.The point is for others to get a bit more insight about the faces they see and the people they might meet. 90% of Ghanaian women have nice butts, and maybe 95% have big breasts so take that out of your search parameters. Hell, there are enough of them in my family to last a lifetime. The problem stems from neglect, ignorance about skincare, the sun, misuse of make-up, “creams,” and a serious lack of Noxzema and Neutrogena in this country.